USD Men's Tennis 1990
1990 TORERO TENNIS
KEVIN BRADLEY, Freshman, 19, 6-2, 170, Las Vegas, Nevada Valley High School ... ranked #2 in lntermountain B18 in '88, #61 in USTA ... '88 Nevada State High School Champ . . . '88 lntermountain Sectl Sgls Fist ... '88 St. Louis Invitational Sgls and Obis Champ .. . reached rd of 16 at '88 USTA Natl Indoors B18 ... 5th place at '88 Fiesta Bowl B18 ... '89 SD Metro Obis Fist (w/Hofmann). Major: Business. TIM BUBNACK, Senior, 22, 6-0, 165, Rancho Santa Fe, California Torrey Pines High School, U. of Oklahoma . .. ranked #6 in San Diego B18 in '86, #40 in SoCal . . . member of San Diego's '86 USTA Nat'I Cities Team Champion . . . high school team won '85 SDCIF Team Championship ... played #5 sgls, #1 dbls at OU in '87 ... '88 SD Intercollegiate #3 Obis Fist (w/Choi) ... '88 SD Metro Obis Fist (w/Edwards) . . '89 USD sgls record of 2-2 at #6, 3-3 at #3 doubles (w/Choi). Major: Business. SVEN DARGATZ, Sophomore, 21 , 6-3, 170, Berlin, FRG Ulrich-v-Hutten High School ... ranked top-20 in Germany B18 ... '86 Berlin Junior Sgls Fist, Obis Champion ... '89 USD sgls record of 2-1 at #6, 0-2 at #3 dbls. Major: Business Administration. JAMES EDWARDS, Senior, 21 , 5-10, 160, Denver, Colorado Manual High School ... ranked #3 in lntermountain B18 in '86 ... #64 in USTA, #8 in doubles (w/ Ian Skidmore) ... '86 Colorado St. HS Champ ... '87 WCAC Sgls Semiflst ... '87-88 WCAC All-Academic Team ... '88 SD Intercollegiate #2 Obis Fist (w/Farren) ... '89 San Diego Metro Sgls Champ .. . '89 USD sgls record of 14-7 at #5, 10-4 at #2 dbls. Major: Business. LUKE FITZSIMONS, Freshman, 18, 6-0, 165, New Canaan, Connecticut New Canaan High School ... ranked #22 in New England LTA B18 in '88 ... '88 Southern Conn. B18 Sgls Champ. Major: Intl Business. MICHAEL GEIGER, Freshman, 22, 6-4, 165, Germering, West Germany Huber High School PHILIPPE HOFMANN, Freshman, 19, 5-11 , 160, Mannedorf, Switzerland Abrxas School, San Diego ... ranked #26 in SoCal B18 in '88. Major: Business. DAN MATTERA, Senior, 21 , 6-0, 175, Lomita , California South Torrance High School ... ranked #12 in SoCal B18 in '86, #45 in USTA in '87, #10, in doubles (w/Mike Noel) ... 7th place at '86 Fiesta Bowl B18 ... '87 SoCal Obis Champ (w/Noel) ... undefeated at '87 USTA lntersect'ls.. . '87 SD Intercollegiate Champ at #5-6 and #3 dbls (w/Chris Smith) ... '87, '88, '89 WCC All– Academic Team .. . '87 Rolex/lTCA SoCal Regional Sgls Fist ... '89 SD Inter– collegiate #5-6 Champ .. . '89 wee Sgls and Obis (w/Dadian) Fist ... '89 Volvo Collegiate Scholar/Athlete award recipient . .. "89 USD sgls record of 23-6 at #6, 10-2 at #3 dbls (w/Dadian). Major: Business. BOB MEHRAN, Junior, 21 , 6-0, 165, Solana Beach, California Bishop's High School ... ranked #7 in San Diego B18 in '86, #40 in SoCal ... 2 years AII-CIF in San Diego .. . played #1 at Bishop's .. . '88 USD redshirt ... '89 USD sgls record of 2-0 at #6. Major: Pre-Dental. JOSE LUIS NORIEGA, Sophomore, 20, 5-10, 155, Lima, Peru Colegio lmmaculada . .. ranked #15 in ITF juniors .. . 1986 Peruvian B18 Nat'I Champion . . . '87 South American Junior Champion . . . '87 German Open Junior Champ . .. '87 Italian Open Junior Obis Champ (w/Gustavo Carbonari) ... '89 WCC Sgls and Obis Champ (Obis w/Stewart) . . . reached rd of 16 at '89 NCAA Chps . .. '89 NCAA I All-American ... '89 Volvo/lTCA sgls ranking of #17, #39 in dbls (w/Stewart) ... '89 Volvo Tennis/Rookie Player of the Year, Region 8 ... '89 Dupont Intercollegiate Nat'I Clay Court Champion ... '89 San Diego All-College Sgls & Obis Champ (Toomey) ... '89 USD sgls record of 11-2, 6-2 at #1 dbls. Major: Business. THOMAS SIMONSEN, Junior, 22 , 6-2, 170, Bergen, Norway Tanks High School ... ranked #4 in Norway B18 in '86 ... '84 Norwegian Jr. Obis Champ U16 . . member of Norwegian Nat'I Team U16 and U18 . . '89 USD dbls record of 0-2 at #3. Major: Business. CHRIS TOOMEY, Senior, 21 , 6-1 , 165, Poway, California
Front Row: Asst. Coach Jim Kellogg, J.R. Edwards, Luke FitzSimons, Coach Ed Collins, Philippe Hofmann, Bob Mehran, Asst. Coach Barry Ponticello. Back Row: Jose Luis Noriega, Chris Toomey, Dan Mattera, Thomas Simonsen, Tim Bubnack, Michael Geiger, Kevin Bradley, Sven Dargatz.
The University of San Diego will field another strong men's tennis team in 1990. How strong the team will be remains to be answered. Back to lead the Toreros is sophomore Jose Luis Noriega, last year's #1 player and an NCAA All-American. Also returning are a trio of seniors who figured promi– nently in last year's 25-7 season, where USD won the wee Championships and earned a first-ever bid to the NCAA's: Chris Toomey (San Diego), 25-4 at #3-4, Dan Mattera (Lomita, CA), 23-6 at #5-6 and J.R. Edwards (Denver, CO), 14-7 at #5-6. In preseason Division I Volvo Collegiate Rankings USD is listed at #17, tied with Tennessee. Missing from the '90 lineup will be 4 players who graduated last spring : Dave Stewart (#2), Mark Farren (#3), Curtis Dadian (#7) and Rick Matheson (#8) gave
Jose Luis Noriega '89 Nat'I Clay Court Champion
the Toreros one of the deepest teams in the nation. 12-year USD Coach Ed Collins will count on improvement, freshman Kevin Bradley and several '89 reserves to fill the gap. Bradley, the '88 Nevada State High School Champion, has given early indication that he'll help the Toreros. He reached the round of 16 at the '88 USTA Boys' 18 Indoors, was 5th at the '88 Fiesta Bowl and won the '88 St. Louis Invitational. Competing for the #6 singles spot will be senior Tim Bubnack (Del Mar, CA), junior Thomas Simonsen (Bergen, Norway), sophomores Sven Dargatz (Berlin, FGA) and Bob Mehran (Rancho Santa Fe, CA) and freshman Philippe Hofmann (Mannedorf, Switzerland.) "Our top 4 players are as solid as ever," said Collins. "They are proven winners, as shown by their records." Fall results gave Collins reason for optimism. Noriega, ranked pre-season #6, gave USD its first national champion by winning the Dupont Intercollegiate National Clay Court Championships. Jose Luis beat Georgia's Al Parker in the semis and Texas' Steve Bryan in the finals. Edwards won the 44th San Diego Metropolitan and reached the record of 16, along with Toomey, at the Rolex Regionals. Bradley was a finalist at the SDSU Open, and together with Hofmann, won the doubles. How the team will pair up in doubles is a question at the time of this writing . Broken up by graduation are all 3 of last year's teams. The tentative #1 team is Noriega and Toomey, who won the '89 San Diego All-College Tournament. "Bradley will definitely help us in doubles," said Collins, "and Tim Bubnack, a fine doubles player, should find a spot in the lineup this year." The challenge of the '90 USD Tennis Team will be to duplicate last year's success, but without the depth of the '89 team. The '90 Torero squad will test their skills with the nation's very best teams; in addition to playing dual matches with Stanford, UCLA, USC, Cal Berkeley, UC Irvine and Pepperdine, USD will participate in the Blue-Gray National Collegiate Tennis Classic.
Poway High School, U of Oklahoma .. . ranked #1 in San Diego B18 in '86, #10 in SoCal ... '86 SoCal Sect'I Obis Champion (w/Tommy Phanco) . .. '86 SD-CIF Doubles Champion (w/Doug Failla) . finished 3rd at Big 8 Conference #2 sgls and #2 dbls . overall 2-year record of 27-15 at #2 sgls at Oklahoma ... '89 SD Intercollegiate #1 Obis Fist (w/Farren) ... best '89
USD record for sgls, dbls, tie-breaker, 3-set w/1 and comeback ... '89 San Diego All– College Sgls Fist, Obis Champ (w/Noriega) .. USD sgls record of 25-4 at #3-4, 15-4 at #2 dbls (w/Farren). Major: Business.
TOREROS WIN '89 wee CHAMPIONSHIPS
NORIEGA, MATTERA EARN NATIONAL HONORS
USD's Jose Luis Noriega and Dan Mattera re– ceived prestigious Volvo/lTCA Collegiate Tennis Awards for achievement in 1989. Noriega, by reaching the round of 16 at the NCAA's, was selected as a member of the 1989 ITCA Division I Men Volvo Tennis/All-American Team. Additionally, Noriega was named by ITCA coaches as Volvo Tennis/Rookie Player of the Year for Region 8. Jose Luis won singles and doubles titles at the '89 West Coast Conference Chps and earned a final Division I 1989 Volvo Tennis Col– legiate Ranking of #17. Mattera received the Volvo Collegiate Scholar/ Athlete Award, one of only 21 presented throughout the country. A junior Business Administration major in '89, Dan maintained his overall USD g.p.a. of 3.7, in addition to recording a win-loss record of 30-8 and distinguishing himself by winning the #5-6 divi– sion of the San Diego lntercollegiates and reaching the singles and doubles final of the '89 WCC Chps.
In winning the '89 West Coast Con– ference Championships USD estab– lished a record that will not be broken . They didn't lose a match . With 6 singles and 3 doubles entrants the Toreros defeated all conference op– ponents, losing only to each other. Final team standings were USO (111 pts.), Pepperdine (63 pis.), USF (27 pts.), Portland (26 pts.), Santa Clara and Loyola Marymount (19 pis.), Gonzaga (1 pt.). The singles event was won by fresh– man Jose Luis Noriega, who went through the draw without losing a set. In the semis Noriega defeated team–
USO HOSTS COLLEGE TEAM EVENTS On February 16-18 USD hosts the 19th Annual San Diego lntercollegiates, one the the west coast's longest running men's college tennis events. Sanctioned by the ITCA, and under the sponsorship of the San Diego Union, the tournament's format involves three separate elimination events for singles and three for doubles. Participating in '90 will be players from Texas, El Paso, Cal State Bakersfield, UC Irvine, Hawaii, Chapman, Long Beach State, Nebraska, Cal Baptist, UC Santa Barbara, Redlands, USIU, San Diego State, UC San Diego and USD. On March 16-18 USD will host the 4th Annual Torero Tennis Classic, an 8-team playoff tournament, involving Yale, Iowa, Washington, Dartmouth, Navy, U of Pacific, Northern Arizona and USD.
Jose uiis Noriega '89 NCAA All-American
USD's Noriega & Stewart '89 wee Dbls Champs
mate Dave Stewart (#4 seed) and in the finals he beat Torero Dan Mattera (#8 seed). Mattera had previously defeated Pepperdine's Tomer Zimmerman and USD's Mark Farren. J.R. Edwards defeated Pep's Grant Saacks before losing to Farren in the quarters. Chris Toomey beat Ole Hofelmann of St. Mary's, then lost to Stewart. In doubles the top seeded team of Stewart-Noriega defeated teams from Santa Clara, USF and Pepperdine before defeating USD's #3 team of Curtis Dadian-Mattera in the finals. '89 ALL-WCC ACADEMIC TEAM Four Torero netters were named to the '88 AII-WCC Academic Team: Peter Choi ('89), Curtis Dadian ('89), Rick Matheson ('89) and Dan Mattera ('90). Criteria for selection is an overall g.p.a. of 3.0+ and a 3.+ g.p.a. in the season of competition. Winning USO Scholar/Athlete Awards in '89 were Mattera and Dadian, who each earned a 3.95 in spring semester classwork.
COACH ED COLLINS
In his 12th year at USD, Coach Ed Collins, a 43-year-old native San Diegan, has accumulated a win/loss record of 241 -114 ... BA, MA in Physical Education from San Diego State ... Began coaching in 1968 at Monte Vista High School (in San Diego County); taught at San Diego's Morley Field Tennis Ctr. in '72-73; directed year-round tennis clinics at Rancho Bernardo Inn from '73-77 . .. junior and adult camps and clinics have attracted over 20,000 students ... recipient of '81 Olive Pierce Award for Service to SD Junior Tennis ... San Diego USPTA Coach of the Year, '80, '82, '86 . . recipient of '88 Volvo/lTCA Coaches Community Service Award for Region 8 ... full-time staff member of USD since 1978 ... married (Judy).
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'89 FINAL RANKINGS 1 Stanford 2 UCLA 3 Georgia T4 UC lrvine/TCU / South Carolina 7 California TB LSU / Kentucky 10 use 11 Alabama 12 Miami ~ - 13 Clemson . . "' 14 SAN DIEGO ' •· .:
ASST. COACHES JIM KELLOGG &BARRY PONTICELLO Jim Kellogg , 27, graduated from San Diego State in '85 with a degree in Business Administration ... At Fullerton College won Southern Cal Community College Doubles in '81 ... Was All-Western Athletic Conference in '84 and '85 at SDSU . . With Graham Espley-Jones, earned an ITCA doubles ranking of #24 . .Married (Lisa).
15 Mississippi 16 Tennessee 17 Pepperdine 18 Arizona 19 Arkansas
Barry Ponticello, 23, graduated from Rutgers University in '88 with a degree in History ... As an athlete, Barry was twice MVP and Captain of Rutger's tennis team and in 1987 he was Atlantic 10 Conference singles finalist. ... As a junior Barry was named to the New Jersey All-State High School Tennis Team ... Barry presently attends USD's Law School and for the past 2 summers worked as Asst. Director at the Rutgers' Tennis Camp.
20 Mississippi State 21 Oklahoma State 22 Rice 23 Minnesota 24 Trinity T25 Texas I Long Beach State
Blue-Grey Nat'I Chps. - Montgomery, Ala.
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A WINNING TRADITION
1989 REVIEW USO WINS WCC'S, MAKES NCAA'S
TENNIS AT USO USD is proud of its men's tennis program. Twice the team won NCAA Divi– sion II titles. In 1979 the team finished second and in 1980 the program moved up to Division i. This winning tradition was started by Andrew Rae. a native of Melbourne, Australia, who won NCAA Division II singles and doubles titles in '74 and '75. In 1978 USD's Rick Goldberg and Par Svensson won the NCAA II Doubles Championship. From 1980 through 1982 the netters were regularly ranked among the nation's top 20 ')ivision I teams. In '80 and '81 the Toreros won OJai team titles. During that time the team was led by Scott Lipton (San Jose, CA, '80 NCAA Div. I All-American), Terry Ward (St. Louis, MO, '81 WCAC Singles Champ and '81 Ojai Champ) and Peter Herrmann (San Diego, '82 Ojai Champ). The Toreros were back in the national rankings in '87. on the strength of their 24-9 record and dual match wins over Stanford and Pepperdine. Senior Jim McNamee (Seattle, WA) was WCC Singles Finalist and the team of David Stewart (Saratoga, CA) and Scott Patridge (La Jolla, CA) won the WCC Doubles Championship. In '89 USD won the WCC Team Championships and earned its highest Volvo/lTCA National Ranking (#14). USD annually competes at the nation's highest level of intercollegiate play. The '90 schedule includes a number of the nation's top ranked teams and several prestigious tournaments. In addition to the 16-team San Diego lnter– collegiates and the Pacific Coast Doubles Chps., the Toreros will participate in the Blue-Gray National Collegiate Classic and the West Coast Conference Chps. (WCC), of which USD is a member. Fall semester tennis schedule Is almost as active as the Spring . USD annually hosts the San Diego All-College Tournament. They participate in the San Diego Metropolitan Tournament, The Volvo Tennis Collegiate Chps., at U of Georgia and the Rolex SoCal Chps. at UC Irvine. In addition to intercollegiate tennis, USD offers advanced recreation tennis classes and year 'round intramural tennis events.
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T-S Oct. 19-22 Volvo Collegiate Chps.
USO vs. UCLA
at Athens, GA
Lost 2-7 Won 8-1 Won 9-0 Won 5-3 Won 8-1 Won 7-2 Won 8-1 Won 9-0 Won 7-2 Won 5-1 Lost 3-5 Lost 4-5 Won 5-1 Won 7-2 Won 6-3 Won 5-4 Won 7-2 Won 7-2 Won 8-1 Won 5-4 Won 5-1 Lost 3-4 Won 5-2 Lost 2-5 Lost 1-5 Won 5-3 Won 7-1 Won 5-1 Won 5-1 Won 6-0 Won 5-1 Lost 3-5
1989 was unquestionably USO Tennis' best year ever. Heading a long list of achievements was the team's first-ever participation in the NCAA's. Second on the list, and also a first– ever, was winning the West Coast Con– ference, and third was the individual suc– cess of USO freshman Jose Luis Noriega, who was named NCAA All-American. In the fall San Diego All-College Tourn– ament Noriega started his collegiate career off by taking home both singles and doubles titles (doubles with senior David Stewart).
Nov. 9-12 Rolex/lTCA So. Cal. Chps. at UC, Irvine Nov. 28-Dec. 2 SAN DIEGO ALL-COLLEGE
UC Riverside UCSan Diego
USC USIU LMU BYU
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Jan. 26 UC RIVERSIDE
11:00AM 12 Noon 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM
Jan. 27 at UCLA
Feb. 3 at Stanford
UNIVERSITY PROFILE The University of San Diego is an independent, Catholic university located on a 170-acre mesa overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor, and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcala Park after the Spanish university town where St. Didacus (i.e., Diego) spent much of his time. Complementing its splendid natural setting is the University's location just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego - conveniently close to the major business, cultural, residen– tial, and recreational areas, as well as the rail, bus and air terminals. Founded in 1949, USO is presently experiencing record attendance. Undergraduate enrollment stands at 3800, graduate students bring the overall campus enrollment to 5800. The University includes a College of Arts and Sciences, and Schools of Business Ad– ministration, Education, Nursing, and Law. Each is characterized by high academic stan– dards, small classes, and excellent student-faculty relations. Though the majority of students come from the West Coast, every region of the United States is well-represented on campus. Students also attend USO from 24 foreign countries. In January of 1987, USO opened the doors to its new University Center, a 74,500 square foot building for students, faculty and staff. The two-level Center is the largest building on campus. It is the seventh major project completed at USO during the past eight years. It's a place for people to meet for leisure and fun, a place for extracurricular activities. Recreation, intramural and athletic activities are expanding rapidly. Among the many
Feb. 4 at UC Berkeley Feb. 6 UC SAN DIEGO
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Air Force Florida St.
Feb. 13 CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO 1:30 PM
Wed. Feb. 14 BYU
F-S Feb. 16-18 SAN DIEGO
Noriega, Stewart and senior Mark Farren represented USO at the Volvo Collegiate Tennis Chps ,n October at U of Georgia. Jose Luis won 3 rounds before losing to Mississippi State's Mihnea Nastase. At the ITCA/Rolex SoCal Championships 3 Toreros made it to the round of 16 before losing. Noriega, Farren and J.R. Edwards each won three rounds. During Christmas break Mark Farren excelled at the ITCA/Holiday lntercollegiates (sem,s, losing to Cal 's Carl Chang) and the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (semis, rosing to Nebraska's Steve Jung). At the Fiesta Bowl in Phoenix, Dan Mattera won 5 rounds before losing in the finals to SMU 's Alex Nizet. Unranked pre-season, the Toreros got the Spring dual match season off on the right foot by upending #4-ranked USC. It was USD's first victory over the Trojans. Torero netters defended their title at the 16th annual San Diego lntercollegiates. Stewart made the finals of the #1-2 division, Mattera won the #5-6 division, defeating teammate Rick Matheson in the final. At the Corpus Christi College Team Chps the Toreros split 4 matches, decisively beating Florida State and Texas A&M and narrowly losing to Trinity and TCU. Back at home USO beat New Mexico, Dartmouth and Yale to win the 3rd Annual USO Invitational. Ranked #21 at the time, and playing without the services of Noriega, who was recover– ing from an ankle injury, the Toreros travelled to Northern Cal to test their skills with Cal Berkeley, at the time the #1 team in the nation. Chris Toomey beat Carl Chang to even the match at 3-all, then teamed with Mark Farren to clinch what was the most significant match of the season. At the Blue-Gray National Collegiate Tennis Classic, played in Montgomery, Alabama, with an experimental 5 singles-1 doubles format, the Toreros lost to Auburn and USC and defeated SMU. With an NCAA invitation at stake, and the return of Noriega in the lineup, USO beat Pepperdine 5-1 . The wee Championships was an all-USO affair-the Toreros didn't lose a match against conference opponents. Held at Pepperdine, USO established a record that will never be broken. Noriega walked away with the singles title, defeating teammate Dan Mattera in the final, then won the doubles title with Stewart. At the NCAA's, held at U of Georgia, the Toreros defeated Big 10 Champ Minnesota 5-1 in the first round, then lost to #4 ranked UC Irvine 5-3 in the second round. In the individual tournament Noriega made it to the 3rd round, losing to Irvine's Kronemann. By reaching the rd. of 16 Noriega was named All-American . The Torero's final overall dual match record was 25-7. Junior Chris Toomey led the team in overall W/L % with a 25-4 record in singles and 15-4 in doubles. Season-high Volvo/lTCA rankings were: team #14, Noriega #17, Stewart #58, Farren #79, Mattera #86, Stewart-Noriega #30 and Farren-Toomey #39. Special award winners at the year-end banquet were: Stewart-Noriega, for Best Doubles Team; Rick Matheson, for Team Captain; Jose Luis Noriega, for Most Inspirational and Best Sportsmanship (voted by his teammates); Chris Toomey, for best singles and doubles record.
All Day t:30 PM 2:00 PM
Thu . Feb. 22 AIR FORCE ACADEMY Wed. Feb. 28 at Cal State Long Beach
No. Carolina State
No Carolina New Mexico Dartmouth
Mar. 2-4 Pacific Coast Doubles Chps. All Day
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Mar. 6 SOSU
Mar. 9 VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
Mar. 10 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO 1:30 PM Sun. Mar. 11 UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA 12 Noon
San Jose State
Mon. Mar. 12 U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY F-S Mar. 16-18 USO TEAM INVITATIONAL
1:30 PM All Day
(Navy, NAU, U.O.P., Yale, Iowa, Dartmouth, Washington, USO)
Mar. 20 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
1:30 PM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM
Mar. 23 at USC
CS Long Beach
Mon. Mar. 26 USIU
San Diego State
T-S Mar. 29-31 Blue-Gray Natl College Chps. All Day
#Minnesota #UC Irvine
at Montgomery, AL
The Toreros practice and play at USD's West Courts, an 8-court facility located in a park-like setting on the west end of cam– pus. The setting, courts and the cool ocean breeze create a perfect tennis environment.
Apr 4 CHAPMAN COLLEGE
1:30 PM 12 Noon 12 Noon All Day 1:30 PM
#denotes NCAA Cllps
Apr. 7 UC IRVINE
recreation and intramural programs of– fered, some of the favorites include: Mis– sion Bay Aquatic Center activities (water skiing, surfing, sailing, crew), modern dance, aerobics, bowling, karate, back– packing, softball, floor hockey, volleyball and tennis. USO intercollegiate sports for men in– clude football, soccer, cross country, bas– ketball, baseball, crew, golf and tennis. In women's intercollegiate sports, USO fields programs in volleyball, cross country, swimming, basketball, softball, crew and tennis.
Apr. 14 SI MARY'S COLLEGE F-S Apr. 20-22 wee Championships
1st S.O. lntercollegiates 1st Torero Invitational 10th Corpus Christi Chps. 10th Blue-Gray Nat'I Classic 1st wee Championships Final ITCA ranking: #14
Apr. 27 at Pepperdine
May 18-26 NCAA Championships
at Indian Wells, CA
1989 USO TENNIS PATRONS/SPONSORS fr/f~k! Ron Baker Ivan Miller Mardette Heman Larry Willens Rick & Claudia Goldberg Gert & Ursula Dargatz Jean Wong Anthony Choi Peninsula Bank of S.O. Al & Joyce Scatolini Or. & Mrs. David Matheson Jett Clark Humberto Ramirez Kjell Nielsen Eric Steinbroner Pat Rea Brian Turner Vince & Donna Mattera Dominic Sacco Jack Minan 8111Pugh Betty Stranahan Tye Ferdinandsen Don & Joanne Rosen Frank Chaboudy Willard Matteson Phil & Eliz Reynolds Jean Bellon James Theis Scott & Shannon McCarthy Ben Nyce George & Jeanette Rigsby Jerry & Marge Katleman Chas. & Mary Kuechler Terry & Jeanne Ward
Larry Willette Dan Starjash Matt & Bobbie Loonin Lea Howell Al Zukowski Jay Schall
Jay Massart Scott Fischer
Gary Edwards Jim McNamee Alejandro Ramos Julius Collins Alonso & Katherine Velasco Rob MacKay
John Steinemann Ronald Beaubien
Jay Nicoll Sam Dove
1989 NCAA Chps. - Athens, Georgia
Dave Stewart & Scott Patridge
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